We would like to introduce to our team of experts.
Each shares the common attribute of being leaders in their fields and possess an unwavering commitment to influence and facilitate change that will make the world more accessible and inclusive for all. Each ready and waiting to provide solutions to our industry as it strives to embrace what is perhaps the most significant opportunity to attract new customers for decades.
An untapped market without equivalence in its scale of potential.
Accessible and Inclusive Travel Expert
Richard’s vision, knowledge, passion and commitment for making travel accessible and inclusive, everywhere, to everyone, is world renowned. His unique capacity to educate and enlighten sought around the globe.
Training & Technology
Ian dedicates his time to making the world more accessible, to all. For more than 30 years has applied his tech credentials to practical solutions and services with a specific focus on travel, tourism and online disability awareness training.
B2C Brands Director
Alison Pearson has over two decades experience on the ‘frontline’ with one of the UKs major tour operator and high street retailers, more than equipping her to head up the World of Inclu B2C travel and hospitality brands
Dr Steven Breeze
Head of Academy and Learning
We’re passionate about enlightening, upskilling and educating everyone within an organisation – from vision-making Leaders in the boardroom to vision-delivering practitioners on the front-line. It’s the foundations upon which cultures of inclusion are cultivated, nurtured and refined. Everyone a champion.
So to lead this critical provision, we are delighted to welcome Dr Steven Breeze to the Inclu Solutions team.
Service Excellence and Customer Loyalty Strategy
Nick has more than four decades of dedication to excellence in leisure, tourism and hospitality.
So we are enriched by having Nick in the Inclu Solutions team, imparting his methods and proven capacity to achieving stellar levels of customer satisfaction and loyalty in the boutique, niche and Club hotel, dining and hospitality sector.
Inclu Consulting Lead – USA & Canada
Carlana Stone is a published author, international speaker, and the founder of a non-profit, non-partisan, cause-related, social-networking community, The Courage Community. By integrating social networking and social activism with patented, state-of-the-art technology, The Courage Community provides a revolutionary on-line portal of interactive experiences, which enables a user experience that enriches human connection and a sense of belonging.
Universal design consultant to the leading hotel and hospitality brands
Stephen Maley started his career in the design and manufacture of orthotics and prosthetics for young children – and he has had periods with some of the world’s largest health care companies. Stephen is a firm believer that, in order to destigmatise disability, you need to understand it. His training and commercial experience has allowed him to do that.
Family and Childcare Facilities Expert
Now responsible for Worldwide Kids globally, Richard spends much of his time looking at new opportunities and options to bring fully inclusive kids environments to hospitality destinations worldwide.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Lead
Leanne has an undeterrable passion for raising awareness of mental health, encouraging people to talk openly and stamping out the stigma attached once and for all. Leanne has a background of supporting individuals and businesses to navigate the world of mental health.
Graham Race MBE
Graham Race is a pioneer in the field of access to commercial flight for disabled people, having designed the award winning MERU TravelChair and setting up QEF’s ‘Tryb4ufly’.
Having a child with a disability has increased Graham’s desire to see the availability of life changing products and services for disabled people and families and is passionate about the role that aviation can play to inspire independence and achieve life goals.
Innovative adaptive hearing and speech technologies lead
Shelley is perfectly placed to the support the travel, tourism and hospitality supply chain in identifying and addressing their specific customer requirements. Whether it being designing and specifying equipment, carrying out the installation itself or simply providing on-site training/education seminars.
Total Communication Strategist
Steph joins the Inclu Solutions Team and brings with her unique capabilities in the field of ‘total communication’ – an approach which aims to remove barriers to communication by creating resources and visual aids, adapting information into ‘easy read’ formats and developing staff skills.
Adaptive Adventure Expert & Consultant
From humble Kiwi country-kid beginnings with a wilderness playground at his doorstep, to a world traveller, international outdoor guide and expert in adventure tourism, it was clear from the get-go that Jezza Williams was a born adventurer.
Inclusive tourism, access and social enterprise practitioner
Katie has specialist skills in accessible tourism. She operates in the field of global accessible tourism with her work being high on Visit England’s strategic agenda.
As a parent of a disabled child, Katie delivers her training courses from personal experience and with great insight and passion.
Keynote Speaker. Traveller. Motivator
Nadia brings unique insight and capabilities to Inclu Solutions. Ambitious, adventurous and widely travelled, she has already made a name for herself across the globe, influencing and motivating disabled people, travel and care professionals and key political and social decision makers in the USA, India, the UAE and beyond.
Chris contracted polio at seven years of age and is a full-time wheelchair user. Marriage, children, wheelchair basketball, marathons and a full work schedule means he leads a full on life.
Supported Travel & Tourism Design and Development
Ian is a qualified teacher and has lived in France for over a decade. He founded Go Beyond Holidays and is one of its directors.
Go Beyond Holidays provides non-patronising holidays to people who need support on their holiday. The holidays are for people with learning disabilities, people with learning difficulties, people with autism and for people who would consider themselves vulnerable.